Abercromby Place is the continuation of Heriot Row. One of Edinburgh's most graceful Georgian crescents, it was the first to be built in the New Town.
The original layout was designed by Robert Reid, the last holder of the office of King's Architect for Scotland.
The majority of the properties face onto Queen Street Gardens East providing wonderful open aspects and superb amenity for the occupiers, who are entitled to a key upon application and subscription.
Abercromby Place lies in close proximity to George Street with a mix of chic boutiques, whilst additional fashionable shopping is available close by at Multrees Walk.
A full range of facilities and local amenities is available in nearby Stockbridge, with a variety of delicatessens and local independent shops, as well as the cosmopolitan Broughton Street with its range of popular bars, restaurants and shops.
A wide variety of cultural and sporting amenities are also close at hand including the Playhouse Theatre and a range of gyms as well as the art galleries of Dundas Street and Princes Street.
There is excellent road access to both the east and west with easy links to the A1 and the A90, whilst Waverley Train Station, and the tram is a short distance on York Place.
19/5 Abercromby Place is a beautifully appointed apartment set on the top floor of a handsome Georgian townhouse. The property offers bright, spacious and comfortable accommodation with light, airy rooms. The flat has both north and south facing aspects allowing for plenty of natural light throughout the day and providing a delightful leafy outlook on to Queen Street Gardens East to the south as well as spectacular northerly views of Edinburgh and beyond to the Firth of Forth and Fife. The accommodation radiates from a central entrance hall with the elegant sitting/ dining room with two south facing astragal windows and the well appointed breakfasting kitchen off, while the generous bow-ended master bedroom with en suite shower room and the second double bedroom with walk-in wardrobe are set to the rear of the property. There are two useful storage cupboards in the hall as well as the principal bathroom.
The property benefits from a private allocated parking space to the rear of the building as well as a large store at basement level.